No question about it, last year was challenging — here, as across the world. For many people, it’s been a time to reflect on what’s important and focus on the things that enrich our lives. Now we’re in a time of transition as the world, with those lessons and safety at top of mind, opens up again for travel, adventure and exploration.
In Grant County, we’re more than ready to help make that transition. If a road trip is on your mind, we’ve got country byways with scant traffic and stunning views at every curve. If you’re looking for adventure, we’ve got rivers to paddle, mountains to climb, and trails to ride. If you want small town fun, check out our festivals, parades and rodeos.
But if you’re seeking something quieter, we’ve got that covered, too. Solitude and peace are easy to find — or rediscover — in our wild and varied terrain. We invite you to pack your bicycle, your kayak, your 4-wheeler or motorcycle, and explore the bounty: forested glades, high-mountain lakes, fossil-studded cliffs, rippling streams, and emerald valleys. And don’t miss our nights so full of stars, they light up the sky.
We invite you to come and play, to come and learn, to come and experience this amazing place.
Give yourself some space. Find yourself in Grant County.
(Courtesy of Grant County Chamber of Commerce)